It appears Antonio Brown will not be well enough to participate in the 2016 Pro Bowl.
The Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver was set to appear in his second consecutive Pro Bowl, but he suffered a concussion in the AFC wild card round against the Bengals. Brown led the NFL with 136 catches, the second highest number of catches in a single season in NFL history, second only to Marvin Harrison's 143 in 2002. He also collected 1,834 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Steelers.
Miami Dolphins' wideout Jarvis Landry will replace Brown at the All-Star Game on January 31 at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii.
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